Which Golf Courses Are Hosting Future PGA Championships?

We take a look at where the PGA Championship heads to in the coming years, which includes an exciting new course in Texas

Valhalla will host the 2024 PGA Championship
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The PGA of America clearly likes to have all of its ducks in a row and allow itself plenty of time to plan for future Championships. After the 105th edition of the event comes to a close on Sunday, attention will quickly turn to next year’s edition, when the PGA Championship heads to Louisville, Kentucky and Valhalla Golf Club. A number of other future venues have also been locked in. In fact, we know where the tournament will be played for several years to come.

2024, Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Kentucky

Valhalla, 2014

Rory McIlroy lifts the famous trophy in 2014

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The last time the PGA Championship was held at the Jack Nicklaus-designed Valhalla, Rory McIlroy lifted the Wanamaker Trophy for a second time. Tiger Woods (2000) and Mark Brooks (1996) also won the Championship here, and it played host to the Ryder Cup in 2008, which was won by the U.S.

2025, Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, North Carolina

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A 24-year-old Justin Thomas wins at Quail Hollow

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The PGA Championship will return to Quail Hollow for the second time in 2025. Justin Thomas was victorious here in May 2017, when he finished two shots clear of Francesco Molinari, Louis Oosthuizen and Patrick Reed. Founded in 1959, the course, which was originally designed by famed golf course architect George Cobb, is widely regarded as one of the finest layouts in the southeastern United States.

2026, Aronimink Golf Club, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania

Aronimink Golf Club

Sei Young Kim wins at Aronimink during the pandemic 

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Donald Ross-designed Aronimink will be the first venue to stage each of the PGA of America’s three rotating Major Championships (PGA Championship, KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship and KPMG Women’s PGA Championship). Sei Young Kim won the 2020 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship when there were no fans present because of the Covid pandemic. 

2027 & 2034, PGA Frisco, Frisco, Texas

PGA Frisco plans

Architect Gil Hanse on the new site at PGA Frisco 

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The PGA will be bringing two Championships to the Gil Hanse-designed East Course at PGA Frisco, which will run more than 7,600 yards from the tips. According to Golf Digest, the Ryder Cup will also likely visit Texas further down the line. Frisco is the new HQ for the PGA of America. 

2028, The Olympic Club, Lake Course, San Francisco, California

Webb Simpson US Open 2012

Webb Simpson conquers The Olympic Club in 2012

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The Olympic Club boasts a storied history and a long list of champions. Although it will be the first time that the PGA Championship visits the Lake Course, many will remember it for its US Open victors, with Webb Simpson being the last of these in 2012. 

2029, Baltusrol Golf Club, Lower Course, Springfield, New Jersey

Baltusrol Golf Club, Lower Course

Phil Mickelson en route to winning the 2005 PGA Championship 

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The 2029 PGA Championship will be staged on Baltusrol’s famed Lower Course, which is an A.W. Tillinghast design. This will be Baltusrol’s third PGA Championship, with Phil Mickelson (2005) and Jimmy Walker (2016) both enjoying victories at the historic club. 

2030, Congressional Country Club Club, Bethesda, Maryland

Congressional Country Club

In Gee Chun celebrates after winning the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Congressional Country Club in 2022 

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The Blue Course has already hosted three U.S. Opens and a PGA Championship. Extensively renovated by Andrew Green in 2020-21, it will host eight upcoming PGA of America events, including two National Championships, five Major Championships and the 2037 Ryder Cup.

Michael Weston
Contributing editor

Michael has been with Golf Monthly since 2008. As a multimedia journalist, he has also worked for The Football Association, where he created content to support the men's European Championships, The FA Cup, London 2012, and FA Women's Super League. As content editor at Foremost Golf, Michael worked closely with golf's biggest equipment manufacturers, and has developed an in-depth knowledge of this side of the industry. He's now a regular contributor, covering instruction, equipment and feature content. Michael has interviewed many of the game's biggest stars, including six world number ones, and has attended and reported on many Major Championships and Ryder Cups. He's a member of Formby Golf Club.